Ohara Koson Blossoming Cherry on a Moonlit Night
- Poster printed on the score of Verdi's 1973 opera La Traviata.
- Each page is different, some with handwritten notes by the musicians.
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Ohara Koson Blossoming Cherry on a Moonlit Night (ca. 1932)
Let the moonlight from the Land of the Cherry Blossom into your home!
Thanks to Ohara Koson, a Japanese artist from the turn of the 20th century, the frame on your wall will become a window through which the full moon always peeks. The cherry tree will fill your room with a delicate fragrance, and the notes will add the sweet melody of Verdi's La Traviata.
Classics, no miss
Although what we do has little to do with classical painting, believe it or not, we grew up on the works of the Great Masters. Each of the paintings we have selected for you means something to us and is associated with something - displayed in your interior it will take on a whole new context. Add your chapter to the history of art!
Verdi's La Traviata is an opera from 1853, based on a novel by one of our favorite authors - Alexandre Dumas. An absolute musical classic! So no wonder that we used the scores for this piece as a background harmonizing with the classics of world art.The copy at our disposal, apart from staff filled with music notes, bears traces of use by generations of musicians - pencil corrections on the margins, colored numbers drawn with crayons between the lines, and even pages stapled with a paper clip - this edition was withdrawn from use due to errors in the notation. In our eyes, however, it adds charm and personal character - the characters of Traviata themselves make a number of mistakes, and without those mistakes there would be no story full of passion. Flipping yellowed pages, we can almost hear the voice of a singer experiencing the dilemmas of love and rejection…
Graphics are sold unframed or framed, thus avoiding damage in transit.